Free SymfonyInsight webinar on "How to steer my projects with confidence thanks to Quality Assurance Plans" with SensioLabs on October 15th 2020, 3 PM UTC
Ensuring the quality of a software project over time is a difficult and high-stakes challenge, whether you are a company or not. Preventing bugs and problems is a regular concern in projects and can be difficult to achieve.
Following our first SymfonyInsight webinar earlier this year, we propose you to join us on our new discussion: How to steer my projects with confidence thanks to Quality Assurance Plans and SymfonyInsight, in partnership with SensioLabs. As the creator of Symfony, SensioLabs supports companies using Symfony, with a large range of offers such as consultancy, expertise, services, training, and technical assistance to ensure the success of web application development projects.
SymfonyInsight brings the most advanced analysis of Symfony projects to make sure an application is safe, reliable and maintainable. In this webinar, you will discover how SensioLabs leveraged SymfonyInsight in addition to internal quality processes in order to steer with success a large strategic project in the bank sector. We will also discuss how SymfonyInsight and SensioLabs Quality Assurance Plans can help you monitor quality over time and avoid risks to your business arising from technical problems.
You’re not yet familiar with SymfonyInsight? This is the perfect occasion to understand how to use it within your Symfony projects to ensure their code quality. Get rid of your critical problems and reduce your technical debt!
Join us for this free webinar on October 15th 2020, 3 PM UTC, register now! The webinar will last about 45 min to 1 hour. Registration is mandatory to attend the webinar.
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